Mindful Moment: Change & Wants to help in Michigan
0:00 -:--
This episode features this weeks Mindful Moment of Change “Wants to help in Michigan” I often have thought about cooking food and taking it to neighbors when they experience a death in the family or a new baby, etc. I know when my parents passed away, kind relatives and neighbors brought us so much food we didn’t know what to do with it all. But it was greatly appreciated and helped us more than they could ever know. My problem is I tend to overthink this and then not follow through. (What if they don’t eat meat? What if they’re on special diets? What if they already have a lot of food or are allergic to something?) How can I offer something useful without knowing their eating habits? I have considered giving a restaurant gift card, but that doesn’t seem as personal. It seems years ago people never put so much thought into making a dish and taking it to the neighbors. Can you give me some insight? LivinUnleashed Twitter: @LivinUnleashed Facebook: LivinUnleashed Webs: www.livinunleashed.com Email:…